tarlaigh

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Irish[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

Originally tárlaigh, tárluigh; from tarla +‎ -igh, from Old Irish tarla (happening), from Proto-Celtic *to-ro-la, from Proto-Celtic *luid, from Proto-Indo-European *leudho. Akin to dul. Compare Scottish Gaelic tàrlaidh.

Verb[edit]

tarlaigh (present analytic tarlaíonn, future analytic tarlóidh, verbal noun tarlú, past participle tarlaithe)

  1. to happen, befall, occur
  2. to meet, encounter
Conjugation[edit]

See below.

Etymology 2[edit]

Originally tarlaidh; from Old Irish tarladim, tarlodim.

Verb[edit]

tarlaigh (present analytic tarlaíonn, future analytic tarlóidh, verbal noun tarlú, past participle tarlaithe)

  1. to haul, drag
  2. to draw (up, out; pull)
  3. to transport
Conjugation[edit]

Note: Conjugation is identical for both verbs above.

Mutation[edit]

Irish mutation
Radical Lenition Eclipsis
tarlaigh tharlaigh dtarlaigh
Note: Some of these forms may be hypothetical. Not every
possible mutated form of every word actually occurs.

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